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USTA Player Development uses a systematic approach to help produce top professional players on a sustainable basis by partnering with the American tennis family. The USTA Training Centers are one piece of the puzzle to accomplish this mission. The USTA Training Centers are the premier training opportunities in the United States.

These centers staff some of the best tennis and strength coaches in the world. The training and tennis facilities are some of the best facilities in this country. The goal of these centers is to provide high quality coaching to aspiring young players who wish to develop their games to the highest level.


Boca Raton, Fla. (National Headquarters)

USTA Player Development Boca Raton Headquarters

The USTA Training Center located in Boca Raton, Fla. features 9 hard courts and 14 Har-Tru clay courts. Additionally, there are another 15 tennis courts accessible at a nearby private club. As part of the new training facility, the USTA offers player housing for promising young players who are entering high school. 

Flushing, N.Y. (East)

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The USTA Training Center - East (TCE) is located at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, N.Y. is the largest public tennis facility in the world. TCE opened it's doors on January 13, 2010 for elite tennis players. 

Carson, Calif. (West)


The USTA Training Center - West is located at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. The Home Depot Center is a 125-acre development featuring state-of-the-art stadiums and facilities for soccer, tennis, track & field, cycling, lacrosse, rugby, volleyball, baseball, softball, basketball and other sports.  

USTA Certified Regional Training Centers


As of June 2012, there are 24 USTA Certified Regional Training Centers across the United States in 13 different USTA sections. Now more than ever, the very best coaching and instruction the USTA has to offer can be found closer to home. Check out our listings by clicking the heading above. 

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